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Gene Okerlund Says WWE Network Will Be Revolutionary
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 01.20.2014



- "Mean" Gene Okerlund recently appeared on the Against the Mat podcast for an interview. Check out the highlights:

On the WWE Network: "I think this is gonna go down, probably, when we look back at it, I may not be here, for that matter, you guys may not be here, but if you look at 30-40 years from now, it's revolutionary. And who knows if the internet is gonna be here 30-40 years from now. Things change."

On Legends House: "We did it in March and April of 2012. So you're taking a look at pretty close to two years, but it's been kept under wraps, and that's beyond me because I'm on the inside track in the company..." The producers took away cell phones, computers, televisions and newspapers and they tried to get you pissed off at each other. And it worked for some of us, but I'm a kind of a low profile older guy, so it didn't, but Pat Patterson and I had a wonderful time."

On Old School RAW: "I love Old School Raw. It's great to see the young guys... and young divas, that's not beyond me, but I think it kind of mells the old with the new. I mean, you've got a Piper, you've got some of these new guys, The Shield, and of course some of these old time guys who are kind of the stalwarts of the company, you know, Hunter, certainly John Cena, but I think there's something to be extracted from the past and what it delivers to a current audience. Becauase a lot of these people grew up with Piper, they grew up with Hogan, they grew up with the Macho Man, they grew up with a guy who's going to be inducted into the Hall of Fame, The Ultimate Warrior, and why the hell that's happening is beyond me!"

On Ultimate Warrior: "Well, you know what, he was a huge draw for a limited amount of time. He was a World Heavyweight Champion, and I remember riding back in the car with Hogan when we left Toronto and went to Syracuse, New York, you know, he had some bad feelings about it."

On if Ultimate Warrior going over Hulk Hogan was best for business: "Well, you know, I really tend to go with the feelings of the company. I was told this was gonna happen and this is the way it's gonn be. We did interviews actually before the event, not that I'm letting the cat out of the bag, I would say that Hogan was against that move at that time... and he was probably right."

On if he feels Hulk Hogan will be returning: "I kind of have to say that my hunch is, you might be seeing him shortly."





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